Smallman Galley doesn't call itself a "unique dining experience" just for kicks. It's a 6,000-square-foot food hall in Pittsburgh's Strip District that functions as a launch pad for local culinary talent. Four aspiring restauranteurs are given fully equipped test kitchens for an 18-month period, and they really get to run the show—hire their own staff, determine the menu, and interact directly with customers for feedback. You can check out their website to see the menus and cuisines of the four current concepts, and there is also a walk-up craft coffee bar and a full bar serving local beer and spirits and small production wine. The Galley is closed on Mondays.